An unlive performance in Jerusalem’s Nature Museum
24.8 | 20:00 | Tickets
7.9 | 20:00 | Tickets
14.9 | 20:00 | Tickets
28.9 | 20:00 | Tickets
“So We’ll Meet at Night, in the Dark. I will open the gate of the wall which surrounds the museum and invite you in. Don’t be scared, I will give you a flashlight so that you will see the way and I won’t leave you for a moment. Only I won’t really be there, you will be all alone.”
Photography: Itay Bnian
“The Opposite of Alive” invites you to a nocturnal, personal experience in the time-frozen landscapes of Jerusalem’s Nature Museum. Accompanied by a flashlight and the voice of a guide you will examine the boundaries between life and death, between existing and disappearing, between the cheetah and ourselves. To learn something about nature. Their nature, ours, your own.
“It is an incredible moment, of a kind I have never experienced in the world of traditional theatre. These types of experiences are the reason experimental frameworks such as HaZira Performance Arts Arena are important” Shay Bar Yaacov, Yedioth Ahronot
The Opposite of Alive at the Nature Museum is not only an incredible psychedelic experience, but also a work of sound rarely seen in our parts. You will not regret it” Raash Hour Radio
The show was premiered at the Jerusalem Season of culture 2012
Image Design: Sörine Anderson
Created by: Michal Vaknin and Ilanit ben Ya’acov /Performance by: Alit Kreiz/ Ilanit ben Ya’acov/ Michal Vaknin / Sound Design: Binya Reches / Lighting Design: Shavit Yaron / Site Design: Gal Grofit / On Site Producer: Neta Meisels / Artistic Consultant Dafna Kron
Video Clip: Arik Futterman
The event takes place every other Thursday at Jerusalem’s Nature Museum, 6 Mohaliver St., starting at 7pm and running till 11pm.
Tickets must be reserved in advance!
Guests enter in five minute intervals.
English version Available.